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November 23, 2023
de Young Museum
The de Young, San Francisco’s oldest museum, is housed in a strikingly modern copper-sheathed building designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog & de Meuron. The museum building, which opened to the public in 2005, provides San Francisco with a landmark that integrates the museum’s superb art collections, architectural innovation, and the natural landscape in one...
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Washington Square Park
Washington Square Park Located in the center of Little Italy. Bordered on Filbert Street by the famous Saints Peter and Paul Church, Washington Square is a welcome green space in the middle of a bustling city. Older residents practice Tai Chi in the park, creating a welcoming and serene atmosphere. Locals bring their children to...
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USS Pampanito
The SS Jeremiah O’Brien is one of two remaining fully functional Liberty ships of the 2,710 built and launched during World War II. The O’Brien has the distinction of being the last unaltered Liberty ship and remains historically accurate. Moored at Pier 45, Fisherman’s Wharf, she is a premier San Francisco attraction. A living museum on the National...
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Union Square Christmas Tree
Union Square Christmas Tree, Ice Skating Rink and more As part of the San Francisco Jeep Tour Holiday Lights and Sights Tour, you will take in one of the largest holiday displays in San Francisco including the 83-foot tree at the center of Union Square. Decorated with more than 43,000 twinkling energy-efficient LED lights and...
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Union Square
Visit Union Square, San Francisco’s #1 shopping destination! The Square is home to hundreds of retail stores, restaurants, hotels, theatres, boutiques, and more! Palm trees, manicured hedges, and spacious seating options create an open space in the midst of bustling activity. Visit for a day of shopping, to attend a free event, or to take...
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Twin Peaks
At 922 feet in elevation (282m), Twin Peaks is second only to Mt. Davidson in height, offers spectacular views of the Bay Area, and is a world-famous tourist attraction. The North and South Twin Peaks, also known as “Eureka” and “Noe” respectively, are about 660 ft (200 m) apart. Originally called “Los Pechos de la Choca” (Breasts of the...
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Pyramid from the Bay
Transamerica Pyramid The Transamerica Pyramid is the second tallest building in San Francisco and one of the most recognizable high-rise buildings in the world. The 6,000-watt beacon at the buildings peak, envisioned by the architect as the building’s “crown jewel,” can be seen from all over the San Francisco Bay Area at night when lit on...
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Transamerica Pyramid
Information provided by: Transamerica Pyramid Center  History When plans for the new Transamerica Corporation’s headquarters in downtown San Francisco were unveiled in 1968, there was public outcry. Many critics claimed an obelisk-shaped skyscraper didn’t belong in their city. But today, it’s impossible to imagine the San Francisco skyline without the grace and symmetry of The Transamerica...
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Temple of Music
The Music Concourse, a landscaped basin between the California Academy of Sciences and the de Young Museum, is a vital civic and cultural space within Golden Gate Park, hosting free concerts on Sundays during the summer and serving as a respite and picnic spot year-round for visitors to nearby cultural facilities. The departure location for all Golden Gate...
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Barbary Coast
The Barbary Coast was a red-light district during the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries in San Francisco which featured dance halls, concert saloons, bars, jazz clubs, variety shows, and brothels. Its nine-block area was centered on a three-block stretch of Pacific Street, now Pacific Avenue, between Montgomery and Stockton Streets. Pacific Street was the first street...
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Stow Lake
Surrounding Strawberry Hill is Stow Lake, the park’s largest lake and a serene setting for boating or strolling. Photographic opportunities abound here; one choice site is the Golden Gate Pavilion, an exotic sight among the naturalistic character of the lake. A wide variety of waterfowl can be seen throughout the year, and turtles that sun themselves on...
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Alcatraz Sf Bay
From the San Francisco waterfront there are specatcular views of the Bay. San Francisco Bay is the largest Pacific estuary in the Americas and the main part of the bay measures three to twelve miles (5–19 km) wide east-to-west and somewhere between 48 miles (77 km) and 60 miles (97 km) north-to-south. There are five large islands in San Francisco...
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SOMA Art Museum
The Ultimate Guide to SoMa: San Francisco’s Trendy and Historic Neighborhood Introduction: What’s SoMa All About? Hey there, travel enthusiasts! 🌟 If you’re planning to hit up San Francisco and you’ve got an itch for something a bit eclectic, techie, and steeped in history, then let me introduce you to SoMa, or South of Market....
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SkyStar Wheel
Your Ultimate Guide to the SkyStar Observation Wheel at Fisherman’s Wharf Hey there, globe-trotters and San Francisco enthusiasts! Are you ready to soar to new heights and capture the breathtaking views of the City by the Bay? Let’s zoom in on the SkyStar Observation Wheel at Fisherman’s Wharf. It’s not just a ride; it’s an experience that’ll...
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Botanical Garden
The San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum grows and conserves plants from around the world — more than 8,000 varieties in 55 acres of landscaped gardens and open spaces. Stroll through a grove of coast redwoods and a Mediterranean garden, explore cloud forests from meso-America and southeast Asia, and wander gardens of flora from...
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SF Yacht Club
Landlubbers have the opportunity to test their seamanship with power- and sailboats at Spreckels Lake. The park’s second largest lake, with a capacity of 7.81 million gallons, was the 1902 brainchild of the San Francisco Model Yacht Club after its members experienced conflicts with real boats on Stow Lake. The club operates out of the...
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Russian Hill
History Russian Hill’s name goes back to the California Gold Rush era, when settlers discovered a small Russian cemetery at the top of the hill. Russian naval and merchant ships frequently visited San Francisco throughout the 19th century beginning in 1806, and there are several mentions of burials of crew members in the Russian Hill cemetery in...
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Redwood Memorial Grove
In a moving ceremony on Memorial Day 1919, some 12,000 people, many in mourning black, dedicated this grove to the heroes of World War I, which had ended just seven months earlier. Although some redwood trees (the official tree of California) had been previously planted, the first tree specifically dedicated to the heroes was planted...
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Presidio Park
The Presidio fell under Mexican rule for 24 years before the U.S. Army took control in 1846. Over 148 years, the U.S. Army transformed the Presidio grounds from mostly windswept dunes and scrub to a verdant, preeminent military post. In 1962, the Presidio was designated a National Historic Landmark and the site has been part...
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Polo Field Stadium
Soccer players, cyclists and joggers flock to this large expanse, where there’s plenty of room to stretch their legs and get their exercise in. The field area consists of seven soccer pitches, hosting a number of youth and adult soccer league games throughout the year. The cycle track is .67 miles (1 km) long, and...
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Palace of Fine Arts
The Palace of Fine Arts was built for the 1915 Panama Pacific Exhibition. It was designed by Bernard Maybeck. Sentimental San Franciscans saved it from its planned demolition after the exhibition. Part of the 1915 World Fair The Panama Pacific International Exposition was the 1915 worlds fair held in San Francisco, California. Taking over three years to construct, the...
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Sea Lions
From amazing views and a sea of sea lions to chowder bread bowls and California wines, a visit to San Francisco starts at PIER 39! PIER 39—the most visited destination in San Francisco—offers two levels of dining, entertainment, shopping and attractions, all surrounded by unbeatable views of the city and the Bay. Located along the...
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Pier 39 Christmas tree is part of the Holiday Lights tour with San Francisco Jeep Tours
A giant Christmas tree at the Entrance Plaza of PIER 39 has welcomed visitors to The PIER every Holiday season since 1983, becoming a not-to-be-missed San Francisco tradition during this time of the year. The tree is a 60-foot White Fir and weighs over 13,000 lbs. It takes about three weeks to decorate as each...
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Pacific Ocean
San Francisco is renowned for its diverse attractions, and one gem that stands out along its western edge is the beautiful Ocean Beach. With its stunning shoreline, panoramic Pacific Ocean views, and rich history, Ocean Beach is a must-visit destination for travelers seeking a fun and memorable experience. Spanning over 3.5 miles, Ocean Beach is the...
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North Beach Pastry Shop
North Beach, a vibrant neighborhood that still embraces its Italian heritage, draws locals and tourists to its checked-tablecloth trattorias, coffee shops and lively nightlife. Are you looking for a taste of real Italian life? Find it in North Beach and Little Italy. Little Italy is a small neighborhood in San Francisco – also known as North Beach. It...
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National AIDS Memorial
The National AIDS Memorial Grove is a living tribute to all whose lives have been touched by AIDS, and a dedicated space where people can gather to heal, hope, and remember. Its purpose is to ensure that those who have suffered from the AIDS epidemic — both those who have died and those who have...
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Murphy Windmill
On the far western edge of Golden Gate Park stand two wooden windmills that were built to pump groundwater for irrigating the park’s lawns and gardens, helping to transform the dunes that once covered the area. The North, or Dutch, Windmill was built in 1902, followed by the South, or Murphy, Windmill,  completed in 1907. Motorized pumps...
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Redwoods
“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt” John Muir Muir Woods National Monument is covered in dense forests of coastal redwoods. These incredible evergreens are a close relative of the Giant Sequoia and are noteworthy for their fragrant red bark and towering heights. Muir Woods is part of...
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Muir Beach and Muir Beach overlook
Located on the Pacific Coast three miles west of Muir Woods, Muir Beach and Muir Beach Overlook should be part of any Marin visit. Muir Beach and the Muir Beach Overlook Both Muir Beach and the Muir Beach Overlook are part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and the National Park System. Muir Beach...
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Mission Mural
Named for the 1776-built Mission Dolores, the Mission District is an exuberant, evolving neighborhood with Latino roots and a hipster vibe. Old-school taquerias and eclectic live-music clubs mix with chef-driven eateries and craft cocktail lounges. There are also an array of unique local serving businesses and Dolores Park, a popular green space that offers a...
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Marina Green in San Francisco on San Francisco Bay
The Marina Green in San Francisco, California, is a 74-acre expanse of grass between Fort Mason and the Presidio. It is adjacent to San Francisco Bay, and this location provides good views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Angel Island, Alcatraz Island, and parts of Marin County.  With wide pathways used by cyclists and runners alike,...
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Marina District
Discover San Francisco’s Picturesque Marina District and Historic Union Street: A Perfect Blend of Past and Present. San Francisco is a city that offers an array of neighborhoods, each with its own unique charm and characteristics. The Marina District, situated on the site of the 1915 Panama–Pacific International Exposition, is a picturesque neighborhood of Art Deco structures...
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Marin Headlands
Located just north of San Francisco across the Golden Gate Bridge the Marin Headlands is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area It is hard to believe such a vast, beautiful, and diverse wilderness is so close to San Francisco. Most visitors only visit the overlook of the Golden Gate Bridge. There is so much...
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Yoda Fountain
Located in San Francisco’s historic Presidio National Park, the Letterman Digital Arts Center is the headquarters of Lucasfilm, and houses Industrial Light & Magic, ILMxLAB, Lucasfilm Animation, Consumer Products, Digital Media, and Franchise Management. A serene 23-acre campus, Letterman Digital Arts Center includes expansive public park space, with a collection of statues celebrating Bay Area...
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Lower Haight
Exploring the Lower Haight: The Unsung Hero of San Francisco Neighborhoods Hey there, fellow travelers and San Fran enthusiasts! 🌟 Ready to learn about a neighborhood that’s a bit off the beaten path but overflowing with charm and character? Buckle up, because we’re heading to the Lower Haight! A Glimpse into History Ah, the Lower...
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Lombard Street
Lombard Street is often called the “crookedest street” in the world, but in reality, it is not even the most crooked street in San Francisco! Despite this, thousands of people drive or walk down Lombard Street every year. Its famous cobblestone switchbacks, bordered by hydrangeas and Victorian houses, remain a favorite destination for visitors from around the...
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Legion of Honor
Legion of Honor The Legion of Honor, San Francisco’s most beautiful museum, displays an impressive collection of 4,000 years of ancient and European art in an unforgettable setting overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. Its collections include Rodin’s Thinker, which sits in the museum’s Court of Honor Built to commemorate Californian soldiers who died in World...
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Lands End
Lands End A Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Lands End is a park along the Pacific Ocean in San Francisco. There are many hiking trails to follow including the popular California Coastal Trail. A forested shoreline of 200-foot cliffs near the strait of the Golden Gate. Notable landmarks in the area include the USS San Francisco Memorial, the Holocaust Memorial, and...
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Japan Town
Experience San Francisco’s Japantown! This six-block district is known for its sushi, traditional massage, shopping and more! Visit in April for the annual Cherry Blossom festival, or visit any day of the year for a taste of authentic Japanese Tea. Located on Post Street, Japantown is a unique cultural destination that every visitor should see....
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Japanese Tea Garden
Exploring the Tranquil Beauty of the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park If you’re seeking a slice of serene paradise in the heart of San Francisco’s bustling Golden Gate Park, look no further than the enchanting Japanese Tea Garden. This exquisite garden offers visitors a chance to immerse themselves in the soothing embrace of...
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